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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Missed a Lecture? Use a Science Video Search Engine

Educational video sharing isn't something that has gotten a lot of attention, but there are a surprisingly large number of science videos that have been posted on sites like YouTube and Metacafe. So whether you're a lazy college student who hasn't attended lectures in a while or a parent trying to explain why the sky is blue, there are a great many video resources out there to help you.

One of these resources is ScienceHack, which is a unique search engine that focuses specifically on finding science videos. Each video is screened by a scientist (either a student or a university graduate) for accuracy before being included. Currently, videos in the fields of chemistry, physics, and space are the main focus of the site, but more topics will be covered soon.

You can either search for a particular video, or click on one of the random videos listed below the search box. After you click, the video will load directly below the search results in a nice use of Ajax.


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